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Wednesday, 30 September 2015

Count your Blessing with Every Sunset #MyRelaxationMantra

Count your Blessing with Every Sunset 

Anyone who knows me, knows that I am NOT a morning person. In fact, I'm quite the opposite. My morning are usually consist of me screaming "where's your shoes?" and "Get your jacket on" There's lots to do in the morning when there's three of them and one of me.

Although my days start off stressful, I tend to mellow out as they go on. As each day progresses I remember to breathe and count my blessings with every sunset.

Sunsets are simply stunning. They're always bright and beautiful, each one even more beautiful than the one before. They're definatley my favourite time of day.

I wrote a little poem to try and put into words, how they make me feel.

"Even when the days seems long and nothings gone your way
Don't forget to stop a while and breathe at the end of the day.
Look up at the sky and think for a moment, appreciate what you've got
Count your blessings with each sunset, each ones means a lot.

Beautiful colours, bright and bold
Always a stunning sight to behold.
Natural, silent and calming, they don't cost you anything but time
But look at all the simple joy they bring, with thoughts of what is mine.

Three beautiful children, all happy, safe and well
A comfortable home, with warmth, love and doorbell.
Food on our table and nice clothes on our backs
sometimes we forget and get lost in our tracks.

So next time the sun is going down, pause and look up at the sky
Be glad for what you do have and forget the but's and why?
Count your blessings with every sunset, and let go of all the sadness
For tomorrow is another day - let's fill it up with gladness."

I love watching the sun go down, it really helps to clear my mind. It makes all the things I've been worrying or stressing about feel so insignificant and silly. Looking up at the night sky in all it's natural splendor, makes my grateful for everything that I do have in this life.

I've written this post as my #MyRelaxationMantra competition entry into the SpaSeekers competition. I'd love a night away in a lovely spa. It's every busy mummies dream to get away for a night and stay in a posh spa hotel, just imagine all that pampering.

Clangers Home Planet Playset with Figure #Review

Clangers Home Planet Playset with Figure 

We've been playing with lots of lovely Clangers toys from Character over the past few months as you may have noticed, you may have seen some of our previous posts about them already. Last week we received another new Clangers toy - the Clangers Home Planet Playset with figure. The contains; 1 x Playset with telescope and hammock and 1 x Granny Clanger figure and is aimed at children 3+.

It's a solid playset that's almost ready to play with straight out of the box. There's only a few small bits to be added on but they're very easy to do and only take a few seconds of your time. There's lots of little things to do, you can press a button to see the Soup Dragon pop up or lift up the dustbin lid to reveal a secret slide! The telescope can be put in different locations and you can swing the Granny Clanger figure happily on the hammock. The playset is scaled for play with other Clangers Little Character figures & vehicles.

It's a nice little playset perfect for all young Clangers fans. With the help of some added Clanger figures, the world of opportunities is endless. It's a great base for their imagination to run wild and a lovely place for their Clangers figures to live, laugh and learn.

We also received a set of Clangers Family Pack of Figures to use when playing with our playset which did add lots more enjoyment. More figures obviously means more fun as it means there's a lot more going on at the same time. It also means there's more figures so more children to play with the playset at any one time. The extra figures made playtime a lot easier as there was enough figures for everyone to play with, meaning less fights and hardly any squabbles. The pack of figures include; Major, Mama, Small, Tiny & the Soup Dragon.

That's another 5 Clangers figures to enjoy. It's the perfect accompaniment to the Clangers Home Planet Playset with Figure as it allows your child to explore the Clangers family further. My youngest two have enjoyed playing with the playset and all their new Clangers friends although they do seem to be playing with the figures more than the actual set.

My two might be a little old for this kind of playset but it would be perfect for younger Clangers fans. I'd say 3 year olds would get more enjoyment out of it than mine did but that doesn't mean that we didn't like it. It's a lovely set, just a little young for us.

Disclosure: We received our sample in return for our honest review. All the opinions expressed are 100% honest and entirely my own.

Monday, 28 September 2015

Treasure Island is coming to The Old Rep Theatre this Christmas

Treasure Island is coming to 
The Old Rep Theatre this Christmas.

Treasure Island is a first-of-its-kind production and it's heading to Birmingham for the festive season. The magical swashbuckling tale of Treasure Island will take to the stage at The Old Rep Theatre. Opening on November 20th 2015 and running all the way up until the 3rd of January, The Old Rep Theatre on Station Street in Birmingham will be battening down the hatches as the classic tale of Long John Silver and Jim Hawkins commandeers the stage for over six weeks. Featuring tales of buccaneers and buried gold, this thrilling voyage will include matinee and evening performances for visitors of all ages. It's set to be a real hoot!

Featuring tunes such as Fifteen Men on the Dead Man’s Chest, Yo-Ho-Ho and a Bottle of Rum, be sure to get ready to sing-a-long at The Old Rep… pirate style! 

Magical sets and costumes will be sure to complete this heroic expedition, which will begin from the minute audiences enter the theatre. Ooh arr me hearties!

 Tickets for Treasure Island at The Old Rep are just £15.95, with concessions available at £12.95. If you would like to book tickets, you can call the Box Office on 0121 359 9444, or visit their website It sounds like it's going to be great fun.

My Highs and Lows of Holidaying in Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt

My Highs and Lows of Holidaying 
in Sharm El Sheikh.

As a first time visitor to Sharm El Sheikh in Egypt it took me days of internet searching and tireless researching to find the right hotel and holiday deal for me. I'm a bit of a perfectionist when it comes to my holidays but when it comes to spending so much money on them, it's only natural to want the best you can possibly get for your hard earned cash. With a lot of help from Trip Advisor and after hours of reading peoples reviews, I finally picked my hotel.

I chose the Sea Life Sharm Resort in the Naby Bay region of Sharm El Sheikh. It was one of three hotels all in one area. You choose one of the hotels to stay in depending on what kind of atmosphere you want but then have full free access to all of the other hotels too. 

I don't want to bore you with all my holiday details so i'll just list my highs and lows for you.

The Highs: Sharm El Sheikh is beautiful by day and by night.

The views were stunning, from my balcony I could see both the sea and the pool. The beach was private and very clean. There was always more than enough comfy sunbeds with sun shades and wind breakers available for all. The staff worked really hard to keep their beach looking it's best, they were forever smoothing out the sand and clearing litter.

The sunsets in Sharm El Sheikh are amazing! They truly are stunning!
One of my favourite things to do at the end of every day, was to sit on the beach and watch the sun go down. The skies were so clear and pretty, the colours were just gorgeous.

If you like swimming with the fishes and checking out local wildlife then you will love it here. The Red Sea is full of beautiful fish and creatures, they're literally everywhere around you. There was also lots of Lizards around, I was a little nervous of them at the beginning of the week but by the end, I was more than happy to be around them, them were kind of cute.

If you're not one for relaxing, there's a great Water Park just a few minutes down the road which you can get to on their free bus. It cost around £16 per person for the day but that wasn't too bad seeing as it included lunch and free drinks whilst you were there. There was lots of fun slides for both adults and kids and a fun wave pool too. It was a lot more lively here, with loud music being played by the pools and lots of activities for people to join in with. There was dancing lessons, Yoga classes and even Lilo races which looked great.
The Water Parks are definatley worth a visit if you're looking for a fun (yet cool) day out. 

The weather ranged from 35 to 40 degrees in the day and stayed over 30 at night. September is still part of their summer so do expect some really warm weather there.

Our room was a good size and cleaned every day. The bed was very comfortable and the room was fully air conditioned. The balcony was lovely and the TV had lots of channels including some movie ones for us to watch on the evenings. The resort as a whole was very nice, very clean and a generally lovely place to spend a week in the sun.

The Lows: Sharm El Sheikh's food isn't the best.

The food for a 4* All Inclusive hotel wasn't the best. It was all fresh and edible but not very enjoyable in my opinion. There was lots of different themed nights but the food served was pretty much the same every night. There was always chips and potatoes and a pasta bar where you could make up your own pasta dishes but most of the food was over cooked. I guess I'd rather having over cooked food than having it under cooked for health reasons. 

The drinks were VERY strong. I'm not quite sure they even have spirit measures as they just tipped everything into a glass. For me, I just couldn't drink like that, it made me feel sick but for others, they were more than happy. The wine was bitter and very dry, again it was too strong to drink on it's own. I had to ask for my wine mixed with lemonade to make it drinkable. The cocktails were very limited and again the ones they did allow you to have were just too strong to enjoy. For most of the week, I stuck to drinking water and cola which were the best of the worst. For an all inclusive, the choices were pretty limited too.

The entertainment was okay but not great. There wasn't a show every night and on the nights when there was, it didn't start until 9:30pm and then only lasted for an hour or so. You could see the entertainment team worked very hard but I just didn't enjoy all the waiting around in between shows and the fact that they were on so late at night.

For me, it's the 'little' things that make a good holiday, a great holiday and for me they just didn't have that. Ice creams were not available in the all inclusive package which was a bit disappointing and there was no snacks like crisps or nuts available either. There seemed to be lots of little things that you had to pay for that should have really been included.

Overall: I had a very enjoyable holiday in Sharm El Sheikh. The highs definatley out weighed the lows. Sharm El Sheikh itself was a beautiful place and the people there were friendly and helpful. Would I go back? To Sharm El Sheikh - Yes. To the Sea Life Sharm Resort - Maybe not. I think I'd like to try a different hotel to see what the differences are.

If you've been to Sharm El Sheikh, where did you stay? I'd love to hear from you.

Sunday, 27 September 2015

Competition Time - Win your very own Gee Whizz - The Magical Box Of Tricks

Competition Time, Win your very own
Gee Whizz - The Magical Box Of Tricks.

Those imaginative folk at Drumond Park, manufacturers of the UK’s Number One best-selling Gross Magic and The Box of Shocks, have now turned their attention to compiling a magical introductory box of simple tricks and illusions. Gee Whizz is specially put together for youngsters (aged 5  and over). It will keep them enthralled for ages. 

With activities like learning to make shadow animals, rainbow glasses and visual effects to stun themselves and their friends - and then there are the magic tricks... 

Most of the tricks "do themselves" so even young children can try them - magically grow a flower, pour coins out of an empty dish or "cut" a rope and instantly repair it. Watch a cord change colour as you pull it through the ancient golden coin and change a dice by simply pushing it through the magic tunnel. If you'd like to see more about Gee Whizz you can read our full Review where we show you all about it and how Ryan (my youngest) got on.

You can purchase Gee Whizz for £19.99 or Win your very own copy right here, right now. It's really easy to enter, simply use the Rafflecopter Form below (please allow a few seconds for it to load at busier times). It's worth having a go - Good Luck.

Terms and Conditions - This competition is open to the UK only. 1 winner will be drawn at random on Sunday 25th October from all the correctly made entries.

Gee Whizz - The Magical Box Of Tricks For Kids #Review

Gee Whizz - The Magical Box Of Tricks For Kids

New Gee Whizz is a magical box of tricks for kids aged 5 and over from Drumond Park is jam packed with a fabulous array of basic tricks and magical activities that are perfect for younger children to master - They'll be able to put on a magic show for you in no time.

The compendium comes complete with clear, easy to follow pictorial instructions and with just a little guidance from an adult or an older sibling, children will quickly master the basics of illusion, such as pouring coins out of an empty saucer, or magically ‘growing’ a flower from the end of a magic wand. Children’s inquisitiveness knows no bounds, and suddenly you’ll find that they have taken simple tricks on board - all by themselves!  

My little man Ryan has been playing with his very own Gee Whizz set this week and loves it. It's really brought him out of his shell and given him lots of confidence, performance wise. Ryan (aged 5) can often be quite shy as he's more of a 'joiner in' than a 'leader'. Ryan has been practicing his tricks all week and is slowly getting the hang of the whole performance thing. He's actually finding, being at the front rather than the back, lots of fun which is great.

Ryan was very excited when his Gee Whizz set arrived, he's always wanted a box of tricks he could play with but a lot of other sets are aimed at older children that would be too hard for him so when we heard about this one, we were (both) very excited about having a play.

The box contains everything you need to carry out all of the tricks inside. The instruction booklet is fully illustrated in colour and has clearly written, simple to understand points to follow. Ryan managed to follow the picture instructions really well and only needed help a few times with some of the trickier ones. There's a good selection of tricks inside and something to suit everyone. They're all very easy to do and some are quite good too.

Ryan has had great fun trying out his new tricks, he loves the magic bird cage trick and the colours on the spinning disks but his his favourite trick is the magic flowerpot where pulling the magic flower out of his wand, amuses him every time. He's been showing me this one every day for the past week, so I'm taking that as a huge thumbs up.

The Gee Whizz magic tricks set is lots of fun and very easy to use. Ryan is only 5 but managed to do most of the tricks all by himself. It's a great set aimed at younger children. If you have a budding magician at home looking for a good starter set, this Could be it. 

Ryan loves his Gee Whizz set and loves putting on little Magic Shows for us all now.

Disclosure: We received our Gee Whizz sample in return for an honest review. All the opinions expressed in this review are 100% honest and entirely my own.

Barbie Rock 'n Royals Courtney Doll #Review

Barbie Rock 'n Royals Courtney Doll

The Barbie Rock 'n Royals Courtney Doll from Mattel comes dressed all ready to rock. Courtney magically transforms from royal to rocker in one simple motion. You simply lift the pink microphone to her mouth to activate a dramatic fashion transformation and play two songs clips from the film Barbie Rock 'n Royals. Courtney's skirt twists around changing her from a pretty Royal Princess to a trendy Rock Star whilst the songs play. 

As a princess she wears a long flowing pink ball gown with a studded silver and a pink bodice and trendy chevron-print peplum. As a rock star she shines in a studded silver bodice and a high at the front, low at the back skirt with a pretty black and pink graphic print. She has a stunning silvery tiara, necklace  and matching shoes too which are all very pretty.

My Lily (aged 8) has been playing with her very own Barbie Rock 'n Royals Courtney Doll this week and has lots to say about her. Lily loves her ever growing Barbie collection and is always thrilled when a new one arrives for her to play with. Lily loves to sing so this doll was perfect for her. She's forever changing the skirts just to hear the music play so she can sing along. I'm not sure how many times I've heard them play now but Lily loves them.

Both of Courtney's dresses are very pretty (as you can see above) but the Rocker one is Lily's favourite. She loves the shorter front style which is covered in sparkles as Lily loves her sparkles. Each time you move the microphone and change the skirt, one of the two music clips will play. Each clip is only around 5 seconds long and stops once it's played. She plays two different clips from the movie, repetitively one after the other. As an adult it gets kind of boring and annoying but as a child, Lily doesn't seem to mind. She still happily sings along each time they play which makes all the noise worth while I guess.

So why choose between royalty and rock when you can have both? In the Barbie Rock ‘n Royals movie, a princess and a rock star come together to discover anything is possible when they work together! And even though they’re from different worlds, they learn to appreciate the princess and the rocker inside each of them. This singing Courtney doll celebrates both looks with the ability to instantly transform her look from princess to sparkly show-stealing rock star. It's a beautiful doll that gives you two very different outfit looks without actually having to change her clothes. It's a very clever idea and makes playing with her easy and fun. Lily loves her new friend and loves singing along with her even more.

The Barbie Rock 'n Royals Courtney Doll is lovely, she's very sweet and both dresses are nice and age appropriate. The microphone is non removable which is great as it can't get lost. Courtney's hair is pretty in pink and long enough to brush and style, Lily now wants pink hair too but I'm afraid she's going to have to wait a few years before that happens.

There will be no pink hair dye in this house so for now Lily will just have to enjoy playing with her new pink haired, singing friend which I'm sure she will for a good while to come.

Disclosure: We received our Barbie Rock 'n Royals Courtney Doll sample for free in return for an honest review. All the opinions in this review are 100% honest and my own.

Wednesday, 9 September 2015

Two's Company .. Three's a Crowd ..

Two's Company .. Three's a Crowd

Two's Company .. Three's a Crowd .. Or at least it is in MY house. 

Having three children can sometimes be a real handful. I'm not saying that we don't have good times because we sure do, we have plenty of good times and great times too but lately they've been getting on each others nerves quite a bit, Okay more than a bit - a lot!

There's a few years age gap between each of them so we have 5, 8 and 12 which means they're all at very different stages of learning, playing, thinking, well .. Everything really.

When two of them are playing together it works really well but then when the other one wants to join in, it all falls apart. It really is, two's company, three's a crowd with my lot.

Trouble often brews when one of them gets bored, causing them to try and disrupt whatever the other two are up too. It's always a case of someone's being 'left out' or 'someone's not playing nice' in our house. One day I might actually get a nice surprise and find them all playing nicely together for once. I know brothers and sisters are generally not meant to always get along but this is getting ridiculous now. The only time they are nice to each other is when they are watching TV or we're out doing something as a family.

Having two children was easy, they always had each other to play with so no one ever got bored and they always had someone there for them when they needed. 

Having three children is hard work, I've gone from being Mummy to being Referee.

When there was just two of them, they didn't have a choice. They either played with each other or they didn't and played on their own but now that there's three of them, they're spoilt for choice. It's the choice that messes up our happy little unit. It makes them argue, it makes them fight and it makes them moan. He doesn't want to play with her, She doesn't want to play that. He doesn't want to eat that and She doesn't want to go there! 

If you're a mum of three, you'll know how hard it can be sometimes. There really is no pleasing everyone so every choice becomes a majority vote which means one child is always out voted / left out, which results in tears, which yes of course, I have to deal with.

When you have three children you learn:

  • to shout the loudest just to be heard. 
  • to measure the amount of juice in each cup to make sure they are all equal to avoid an argument. If one cup has even a fraction more juice in it, there'll be up roar.
  • to pick your battles wisely as you can't possibly win every one. 
  • to share yourself, you manage to listen to one read, watch one dance and help one with homework all at the same time like an Octopus Mummy.
  • to sleep when you can and hide when needed. I've almost mastered the 'Mummy's still asleep' pose now. It's the only way to trick them into leaving you alone.

Being a Mum of three is tiring but it's also very rewarding. I have three wonderful, beautiful, happy, healthy children that I wouldn't change for the world. They are my world.

Two's company, Three's a crowd, But Four's Family!

Wednesday, 2 September 2015

Check out the New TMNT Toys from Flair #Review #Vlog

Check out the New TMNT Toys from Flair 

Over the past few weeks we've been busy playing with some new TMNT (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles) toys from Flair. My little man (aged 5) has been in his element, being a toy tester has never been so much fun. He's had such an amazing time, he really has.

We were sent a huge bundle of TMNT toys to play with to see what we thought. I had one very happy little boy on the day these arrived, I mean who wouldn't be excited at the sight of all these new toys to play with. Our bundle included toys from both the original TMNT's range and some from their the Half-Shell Heroes; which is their preschooler range.

We had a total of 8 new toys to try out in total so this might take a while. I've tried to round the toys into groups of how they would be played with as to not make my review too long and bore you. We've also made a Vlog (our very first one) for you to see the toys in action.

Up first is the  TMNT Party Van which is a perfect retro-vehicle for your classic turtles figures to cruise around in. There's lots of opening doors making it easy to put your turtles inside. It's a nice chunky vehicle making it more robust for younger or rougher children. Ryan's favorite part was the hidden missiles on the moving roof compartment which he enjoyed firing out at people (generally me) that made him laugh a lot.

Next up is Ryan's favorite, the T-machines Garage & Lair which lets you explore the Turtles' world up close. It has two levels of play: a surface street level and an underground lair with sewer tunnel level! Out of all the toys, Ryan loved this one the most. This set includes an exclusive Raphael in T-Rawket figure but please note that the character is non-removable from the car. Ryan loved pushing the car around the set, up and down the ramps and into the enemies. It's a simple set made up of click together pieces but Ryan really like it.

The biggest toy in the bundle was the TMNT High Flying Blimp which allows your Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles to take over the skies. You do need to blow this one up yourself but it didn't take me half as long as I had anticipated it would which is great news. The balloon itself inflates up to 30" and then allows you to place up to five figures in it's connected undercarriage. With button activated rappelling cords, the Turtles can swoop down from the sky to take down their enemies which was lots of fun although we only had one figure to try this with. Our  figure became the pilot and sat at the front in the cockpit seat most of the time. This is a really large toy so you do need a lot of space to play with it in.

Up next we had some role playing toys. The TMNT combat gear set and the TMNT deluxe Leonardo Mask. We received the orange ciombat gear set which is the Michelangelo set. The set includes the Turtle's authentic noise-making ninja weapon of choice (nunchuck), their signature bandana and two throwing stars that will help transform you into your very own hero in a half shell! Ryan doesn't dress up very often but he did have a quick play with them. He's not a mask wearer really but he does like throwing things, so the throwing stars went down really well with him. He loved swinging the nunchuck around although he did struggle doing it right. I let him off though as he is only 5 after all.

Another toy from the role play range was the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Inflatable Dojo Training Bag which Ryan had great fun with. Again this one needs to be blown up but remember to add the water to the base first before you blow it up or you'll have to do it all over again like I did. If you blow it up first, the water won't go in! Oops. The Training Bag is a simple toy that they can hit and pretend to train on, when you knock it over - it pops back up.

From the Half Shell Heroes range we had the Half Shell Hero twin pack and a Half Shell Hero figure with vehicle pack. The Half Shell Hero Turtles are much smaller and chunkier than the original ones as they're better suited for younger children just starting out. They have movable joints so their arms, legs and heads can be moved into different positions during play. The vehicles are interchangeable and very collectable, there's 9 different packs to collect.  this collection has brighter colours and less menacing expressions on their faces so they're perfect for a younger age. Ryan really liked them, they are mega cute.

We made a Vlog but it's not another review like the written ones above, I didn't want to repeat myself twice so instead we did a live, action play of what Ryan thought of the new toys and his very first impressions of them. I took our video of him seeing the toys for the first time and asked him some questions to help him along on his journey. 

Ryan has lots of fun playing with all his new TMNT toys. Two weeks after getting them, his favourite is still the T-machines garage & lair set although he does love the Half Shell Hero figures too. He plays with them two every day which is great to see, as always.

All of the toys were well made and have lasted, nothing has been broken although I have had to put the T-machines garage & lair set back together a few times after rough play.

Flair have produced some great toys that all little TMNT fans will love. My little fan is very happy with his new toys and now can't wait to add to his collection. How exciting.

Disclosure: We received out TMNT bundle in return for an honest review and Vlog. All the opinions expressed in this post are 100% honest and entirely my own.

Tuesday, 1 September 2015

So, Today we took part in the Choc Nibbles Summer Blogger Challenge ..

So, Today we took part in the Choc Nibbles 
Summer Blogger Challenge ...

A few weeks back we were set a challenge by a lovely company called Choc Nibbles. Our challenge was to create a frozen dessert using their delicious chocolaty treats as a core ingredient within it. It's been a tough week thinking about what we wanted to make but we got there in the end. Each of us added an idea of what we would like to include and then blended them all together to make one rather exciting, yet unique desert for us all.

We started with our main ingredient, our 7 bags of assorted flavoured Choc Nibbles, which were pretty tasty even if I do say so myself. We had a quick try of all of the flavours before we got started purely for testing purposes of course. My Lily (Aged 8) Loves Mint so the Mint ones went down a treat with her. My eldest (aged 12) loved the original ones whereas I really enjoyed the toffee crumble and choc orange flavoured, they were yummy.

Ryan, my youngest loves his fruit so he wanted to add some fresh berries into our treat so we headed out into the garden to pick our own. We picked a nice selection of fresh strawberries, blackberries and blueberries, the colours were wonderful and so pretty.

So with our home grown berries and Choc Nibbles all ready we got to work on our desert. We all love Baked Alaska so we decided to focus on that but with our own berries and choc nibbles ice cream surprise. We were very excited about making it but we have to admit it was a little 'make it up as we went along' style but it was fun so that made it all okay.

We couldn't all decide on what type of base to use as everyone wanted something different so in the end we managed to narrow it down to two. With a sprinkle of fresh berries and a scoop of vanilla ice cream. We then sprinkled a dusting of delicious Choc Nibbles powder and covered in some freshly whipped, home made meringue. 

To finish off, we added a different flavour of our Choc Nibbles to the top of each one so that when they were baked they would melt into our deserts bringing their flavours to life. The exciting thing was that when they were baked, we wouldn't know which flavour we'd get.

Da Dah! Check out our Berry Baked Alaska's with a Choc Nibbles Ice Cream Surprise!

They were delicious. Oh My God, did they taste good. Everyone loved our frozen desert, with the blend of delicious melted chocolate and ice cream mixed with the sweetness of the fresh berries and the crisp meringue. It really was an amazing desert, everyone was happy.

We had so much fun making our Choc Nibbles frozen dessert and think we successfully completed our blogger challenge - what do you think? Did we do okay?

Choc Nibbles are delicious and great for eating alone or baking with as we found out. There's a whole range of delicious flavours just waiting to be explored.

Disclosure: We received our Choc Nibbles samples in order to take part in this challenge. All the ideas and opinions are entirely our own.